Developer Volition’s Saints Row reboot launched at the end of August, but the game didn’t make the splash that parent company Embrace Group wanted. CEO Lars Wingforce during the company Annual General Meeting that he wished the game had a “bigger reception”. Eurogamer.
He added that reception to the new Saints row had been “polarised”. Wingfors added: “There’s a lot that can be said and there are details around it. I’m happy to see so many gamers and fans happy. At the same time, I’m a little sad that the fans aren’t happy,”
লঞ্চের সময় নতুন সেন্টস সারিতে কিছু বাগ এবং অন্যান্য সমস্যা ছিল এবং উইঙ্গফর্স বলেছে যে সেখানে সংশোধন এবং প্যাচ আসছে। শেষ পর্যন্ত, উইঙ্গফোর্স বিশ্বাস করে যে নতুন সেন্টস রো একজন অর্থ-উৎপাদক হবে।
“আমি নিশ্চিত যে আমরা বিনিয়োগে অর্থ উপার্জন করব [been] A great return on investment that we’ve seen in many other games? Not very likely, but we will make money and this is a good starting point,” he said.
Whether or not the great reception of the new Saints series could affect the future of the series, Wingfors said he always wants each new entry in a series to be more successful than the last. This may not always be possible, but Wingfors says, “What you do is… assess your position, the outcome… and there [are] There are hundreds of people involved in this game in the group… I still have a lot of faith in those people, and I’m sure they’ll recommend something for the future.”
The new Saints Row may not have had the strongest start, but it was still the No. 2 best-selling game overall in the US in August behind Madden NFL 23.
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